Talk by W. Ellison
Professor of Crop Husbandry, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth The main theme of Professor Ellison's talk is what should be classified as marginal land and what should not. He discusses the possibilities of increasing the output of grass and crops in marginal areas, and considers how to raise more store sheep and cattle which, when fattened, would help to increase Britain's scanty meat supplies.
Four programmes compiled from recordings made by Peter Ken nedy at the Opatija Festival, 1951
Introductions and commentaries bv Dr. Arnold Bake and by Peter Kennedy
Production by Terence Tiller
Choir of King's College Chapel,
Conductor, Boris Ord
Motets (Song of Songs. Nos. 22-24):
Pulchra es arnica mea; Quae est ista; Descend! in hortum meum
Motet: Hodie beata virgo Maria Motet : Tu es Petrus
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